ambrosial

[ am-broh-zhuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF ambrosial

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AMBROSIAL

Am I to have some of this ambrosial bread, too, Cousin Molly?

(Contentment is the ambrosial draught for oblivion of all cares).

Quaffing nectar at mess with gods golden dishes, all ambrosial.

If the rose has thorns, has it not also a balsamic tincture and ambrosial sweetness?

Joves ambrosial curls must shake in another Olympia than this.

Most ambrosial dainties are known to the cooks of this parish.

"I know of a number of things," says the bonnet, nodding with ambrosial curls.

Ambrosial has its proper meaning,—pertaining to the immortals.

But Nature was just as fair that ambrosial September day as if there was not a dissonance.

After months of city food her bread, pies, and cookies were ambrosial.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AMBROSIAL

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adjectivenice-smelling
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